When our customer first ordered These blocks I wasn’t sure About the end result. It is very difficult to get a nice even finish to a sanded block, my initial thought was why would you have these huge lumps of acrylic which look so impressive polished and sand them, some of these blocks were 200mm square by 600mm tall making them quite awkward to handle especially if I had needed to hold them underneath a buffing wheel! The initial saw cuts in the blocks were quite deep which wasn’t surprising knowing how the centre of the material tends to be softer makin it burn/melt easier. This meant I had to start off sanding with an orbital sander using very course paper gradually using finer and finer paper, the final finish I had to put on by hand to all 6 sides of the 18 blocks, hard work but worth it the final result looks great especially when they are all set out as in the picture. Shaun
Great team building trip to the bowlplex Brighton marina last night. Well done Henri For getting the top score . Thank you Jane and Allen for footing the bill and a big thank you to Ginette Firstly for organising It And secondly Complaining about the computer crashing Getting us A free game and a free round of drinks. A great night all round Thank you to all got involved.
This is one of our new designs in our bed range it’s been a long time in the making I think you’ll agree it’s well worth the work the wait, made from the highest quality branded perspex and stainless steel fixings handcrafted and polished by our skilled team of fabricators. The slatted design idea came from a park bench which we originally developed into our acrturus stool this method of construction allows us to form curves bends and shapes that would normally be impossible using such thick acrylic. I like the way the surfaces catch and refract the light it looks absolutely stunning on a sunny day! The fact that it all bolts together means that it flat packs making a delivery and storage easy plus if a component gets damaged or scratched it can be taken apart and repaired or replaced. Our ever expanding range of acrylic furniture will be more and more featuring this type of construction method. As far as I am aware there is nothing currently like this on the market.